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About JavaFX and Desktop Technologies - a Java Magazine article

 
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"In early March, Oracle announced that JavaFX would be unbundled from the JDK and JRE as of Java 11..." from the article - The Evolving Desktop Metaphor - JavaFX and other desktop technologies adapt to a changing world, in the Java Magazine March-April 2018 (thats a link to the Oracle's Java Magazine web site).
 
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You may find that you have to subscribe to the magazine to be able to read that article; if that's the case then I recommend subscribing. It's free and it has articles which are relevant to the current state of Java programming. And if you're into those exam questions about Java coding, there's always a section containing some of them, ranging from not too hard to challenging.
 
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